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Mobile User Behavior Pattern Analysis by Associated Tree in Web Service Environment  

Mohbey, Krishna K. (Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal)
Thakur, G.S. (Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal)
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Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice / v.2, no.2, 2014 , pp. 33-47 More about this Journal
Mobile devices are the most important equipment for accessing various kinds of services. These services are accessed using wireless signals, the same used for mobile calls. Today mobile services provide a fast and excellent way to access all kinds of information via mobile phones. Mobile service providers are interested to know the access behavior pattern of the users from different locations at different timings. In this paper, we have introduced an associated tree for analyzing user behavior patterns while moving from one location to another. We have used four different parameters, namely user, location, dwell time, and services. These parameters provide stronger frequent accessing patterns by matching joins. These generated patterns are valuable for improving web services, recommending new services, and predicting useful services for individuals or groups of users. In addition, an experimental evaluation has been conducted on simulated data. Finally, performance of the proposed approach has been measured in terms of efficiency and scalability. The proposed approach produces excellent results.
Mobile User; Mobile Location; Mobile Service; Mobile Pattern; Associated Tree;
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